from The Century Dictionary.

  • A Middle English form of reckon.
  • Ready; prompt; noble; beautiful.


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  • I reken Rihannah and Cris brown do suit each other.

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  • C {er} ten þ {ere} wel be vj vnitees by-twene 4 & ten. yf þ {o} u reken þ {ere} w {i} t {h} þe ten þe vnite, as þou may se. so mony tymes take 2. out of his decuple, þe quych is 20. for 20 is þe decuple of 2, 10 is þe decuple of 1, 30 is þe decuple of 3, 40 is þe decuple of

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • Whan þ {o} u hast borowede þ {a} t 1 of the next figure significatyf, sett þ {a} t on ou {er} þe hede of þ {a} t fig {ur} e of þe quych þ {o} u wold haue draw þe neþ {er} figure out yf þ {o} u hadest myȝt, &  reken it for ten as þo {u} diddest

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • Now cast þe articull {e} þ {a} t standus vpon þe fig {ur} is of twene hed to þe same fig {ur} e, &  reken þat articul bot for on {e}, and þan þ {ere} wil arise thre.

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • Di Manchester City, Robinho bergabung dengan reken senegaranya dari Brazil Jo dan Elano.

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  • Wylgeforte call her St. Uncumber, bycause they reken that for a pecke of otys she will not fayle to uncumber theym of theyr housbondys_. "

    Notes and Queries, Number 53, November 2, 1850

  • And reken it but for on þus.] lo an Ensampull {e} + ---- +

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English


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